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  1. Dialectics as a philosophical method allows us to describe processes as simply and easily as possible, through their internal contradictions.

    For example:

    The point” A “moves along the straight line” AB ” if it simultaneously exists and does not exist at any particular point on the straight line “AB”.

    That is, if the point ” A ” is simply on the line “AB”, then the point ” A ” is in a static state. If there is no point “A” on the line “AB”, then it simply does not exist on this line. And only the simultaneous fulfillment of two contradictory conditions describes a higher-order process, i.e., the movement of the point ” A “along the straight line”AB”.

    This is the simplest example, but in real life, any dynamical system involves a whole series of internal contradictions, through which a given dynamical system can be described in any particular essential aspect of it.

    The dialectical method is used, for example, to construct the logical systems of thinkers such as Plato, Hegel, or Marx.

  2. The essence of dialectics is a scientific method that, in simple words, goes from the abstract to the concrete. That is, cognition first sees the abstraction (the abstracted side of something, but only this side), and then, using the dialectical method, it learns something in general, its truth.

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